2-door 4-seater saloon, 2-door convertible.
Special styling on standard floorpan/running fear of Bentley T-Series saloons, with same all-independent suspension, all-disc brakes, high-pressure hydraulic systems. There were James Young 2-door saloons and a one-off coupé by Pininfarina, but most cars had saloon/convertible styles by H.J. Mulliner and Park ward, built in Willesden, North London - these were the 'official' conversions, and evolved into Corniches for seventies.
- 6230cc/6750cc (V8 OHV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1966 to 1970
- Number produced:
- 15 James Young, 140 H.J. Mulliner, Park Wark, Pininfarina